Venture into the past at Boot and Flogger, opened in 1964 and decked out with old-style furniture and fashionably-worn wood panelling. Dine on smoked fish and succulent meats, and choose from the exquisite wine list that Davy's is renowned for, offering fulsome blends by the glass and bottle. A separate fine wines list allows for indulgence, with special vintage labels. Relax in an extravagant leather armchair or sip in the sun on the outdoor patio.
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Boot and Flogger
10-20 Redcross WaySouthwarkLondonSE1 1TA
- Public transport:
- Borough, Underground
It was serendipitous that we found the Boot and Flooger as we walked the streets looking for an evening repast. And speaking of the past - the ambiance is very old England and was a real treat. So much character and a feeling that this bar is frequented primarily by locals. As visitors to London we felt lucky to happen upon this establishment. Service was excellent and the drinks were...more
I love this place. The old oak interior was moved from a much older pub on Borough High Street and installed in this still very old warehouse. It feels like a Dickensian film set inside. It's a Davy's wine bar, but oh so much more. The menu is old English, you can drink champagne from little tankards, they have a 'garden' and a fine cigar collection that you can enjoy in it. It is full of...more
This is a great little place to wind down after a harried experience in a busy Borough Market on a Thursday or Friday (note that it's not open weekends). It has a very Victorian feel about it, with leather chairs and an all-wood interior.
The wines (I think they serve only two types of beer) are reasonable and come from an extensive selection. The food is better than acceptable, but don't...more
I love this place. When I was working in London Bridge I went there and was introduced to the French Fleurie and le Cheese platter. Since that time about 5 years ago I have not been back but have recently rediscovered it. I love the old leather sofas, the small but excellent wine list and of course the cheese platter to complement your red wine. You get a mix of people going there but all seem...more